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I have a suspicion that my friend Stéphane Jolicoeur (Senior Internet Applications Analyst at the NFB) lives in the future. Not that he time travels like Marty McFly (although I wouldn’t be surprised if he had a DeLorean DMC-12 hidden away somewhere…), but he spends most of his free time surfing computing, design and future more »
The following is a guest post by Eva Cvijanovic. So our producer, Michael Fukushima, sent me this link about a Japanese invention that can record your tongue movement and replay it through a machine, which makes it possible to sort of french-kiss yourself, well more a plastic tube (or ultimately with a celebrity that gets more »
Earlier this month, NFB President Tom Perlmutter gave an interview to IT in Canada‘s Dave Chapelle. In a piece fittingly titled, NFB embraces technology to tell Canadian stories, Perlmutter discusses concrete actions he has taken to make innovation, experimentation and risk-taking the norm at the NFB. Mentioning the NFB’s online screening room, NFB.ca, and mobile more »
On Thursday afternoon, we left Windsor and made our way to Kitchener, a couple hours away by car. The evening meeting was to be held at the Tannery District’s digital media centre, a place I’d read about and was eager to see. The Tannery District was created by the recent conversion of an old tannery, more »
Note: This post was taken from our French sister site, ONF.ca, and has been translated into English. Philippe Baylaucq is back from Tokyo, Japan, where he presented his film A Dream for Kabul at the Canadian Embassy. We asked him to give us his impressions of his trip. (Carolyne Weldon, ONF.ca) * * * The more »
A bunch of NFB and NFB co-produced sites were nominated for Canadian New Media Awards last week. NFB.ca, the NFB Online Screening Room – Best Online Video Portal Waterlife (waterlife.nfb.ca) – Best Cross-Platform Project Congratulations also to our co-producers Eyesteel Film (Rip: Remix Manifesto, Best Social Media) and Kung-Fu Numerique (Who We Are, Best Online more »